My research interests encompass many physics subjects, from material science experiments to cosmic rays etc.
However, my time is always spent studying high energy particle and Nuclear physics.
My current work involve measuring processes that may give us information about the nature of the strong force through the viewing glass of perturbative quantum chromodynamics. Perhaps with our work we could continue our understanding of the quarks and gluons which are responsible for most visible matter in the universe. We could also use our gained knowledge to make predictions for the particles these quarks compose such as protons and neutrons.
My Ph.D thesis work (Link HERE.)involved measuring spin asymmetries and differential cross-sections of identified charged pions at high trasverse momentum.
Click on the icon to learn more about the physics of Quantum Chromodymamics (through an Art Eyelens)
For an neat Q&A I gave some time ago at BNL see HERE.
Presentations and Papers:
Most Recent Presentations
"Cross-sections of charged Hadrons at low Q2 and high pT at COMPASS energies" (Link) Hadron
Structure 2011, Tatranská, Štrba, Slovakia (2011).
"Hard quasi-real photo-production at Compass energies" (Link) 19th International Spin Physics Symposium, Jülich, Germany. (2010)
"Recent Transverse spin results from RHIC (Invited)" (Link) Workshop on 3d nucleon partonic structure, CEA, Saclay, France. (2010)
"Etudes sur Le Role de la Polarisation des Gluons dans le Spin Total du Proton Par la Production de Hadrons (in French)" (Link) Journées de Rencontre Jeunes Chercheurs (Société Française de Physique), Barbaste (Lot et Garonne). France. (2009)